Thu 18 Jan 2018
THE youth centre co-founded by a man convicted of possessing child abuse images has closed while it works with the council’s safeguarding board.
By Gareth Dennison on Fri 02 Mar 2012
PLANS for a free school in Rotherham town centre, which were being backed by Chuckle Brother Barry Elliott, have been abandoned.
By Tom Sharpe on Thu 16 Feb 2012
A FORMER Rotherham school teacher who has taken the world of children’s books by storm saw his name up in lights at a glitzy New York book launch.
By Lauren Bramley on Thu 16 Feb 2012
A NEW network of children’s reading groups has been launched in Rotherham to encourage more youngsters to pick up a book.
By Richard Smith on Mon 06 Feb 2012
TWO female Rotherham students are making it in the traditionally male world of welding.
THE hunt is on for budding Brian Coxes in Rotherham as a new campaign to find the future face of TV science was launched today.
By Michael Upton on Wed 01 Feb 2012
A DEPUTY head teacher at a junior school who bullied staff, including one who later died, has been barred from school management positions for three years—but told that she can carry on teaching.
By Gareth Dennison on Wed 01 Feb 2012
COUNCILLORS will save £11,400 a year after putting the brakes on free bus passes at two Rotherham schools.
By Dave Doyle on Fri 27 Jan 2012
AMBITIOUS school pupils are being encouraged to flex their science and maths muscles... and go for a career in computer games.
By Gareth Dennison on Thu 26 Jan 2012
JOHN Healey has invited Schools Minister Nick Gibb to come and see Rotherham’s “inspirational” Imagination Library.
By Admin on Wed 25 Jan 2012
STUDENTS from a local college have been making road safety fashionable at an event selling bespoke clothing to help keep young people visible during dark nights.
By Tom Sharpe on Fri 23 Dec 2011
THREE young academics are preparing to further their education with the help of former TV prankster and presenter Jeremy Beadle.
By Tom Sharpe on Thu 22 Dec 2011
PLANS to withdraw the right to a free bus pass from pupils going to the borough’s latest “outstanding” secondary school have been slammed as “blatant discrimination.”
By Amy Westby on Wed 21 Dec 2011
STAFF and students had an early Christmas present when Ofsted inspectors said that their school was good and showing rapid improvement.
By Dave Doyle on Fri 16 Dec 2011
MORE than 70 truants swapping school for Christmas shopping were caught in a three-day swoop across the borough—and almost of all them were with their parents.
By Gareth Dennison on Fri 16 Dec 2011
THERE is something fishy about the novel way teachers at Swinton Community School are sowing the seeds of IT inspiration in their students minds.